E03v curriculum development lesson 1 exam score 95 percent

      

Question 1

5 / 5 points

Who wrote the first kindergarten manual and also wrote the Happy Birthday song? 

Question options:

  

   

a) 

Patty Hill Smith

 

   

b) 

Maria Montessori

 

   

c) 

Jean Piaget

 

   

d) 

Lev Vygotsky

 

Question 2

5 / 5 points

       

Individual appropriateness means that a teacher planning for a class of 3-year-olds should consider which of the following? 

Question options:

  

   

a) 

The individual knowledge,     experiences, and skills of each child in the group

 

   

b) 

Ways in which this group of     3-year-olds is the same as last year’s group 

 

   

c) 

A list of appropriate materials     for 3-year-olds

 

   

d) 

Typical milestones for     3-year-olds

 

Question 3

5 / 5 points

       

A four-year-old with cerebral palsy is enrolled in your classroom. The child’s IEP is shared with you. IEP stands for: 

Question options:

  

   

a) 

Inclusive Environmental Plan.

 

   

b) 

Individualized Educational Plan.

 

   

c) 

Integrated Educational Program.

 

   

d) 

Inclusive Educational Play.

 

Question 4

5 / 5 points

       

The teacher asks the children, “What do you think will happen if we add this block to the top of the tower?” What should the teacher do next?

Question options:

  

   

a) 

Ask a follow-up question     immediately.

 

   

b) 

Wait several seconds before     saying anything else.

 

   

c) 

Put the block on top so children     can see what will happen as they answer.

 

   

d) 

Offer the teacher’s own idea —     “I think it might fall down. Is that what you think?”

 

Question 5

5 / 5 points

       

An IEP for a child with a disability includes all of the following EXCEPT: 

Question options:

  

   

a) 

a description of the child’s     strengths, needs, and goals. 

 

   

b) 

program modifications.

 

   

c) 

a list of activities the child     will not be able to participate in.

 

   

d) 

special education services to be     provided.

 

Question 6

5 / 5 points

       

Which statement best describes how the concept of learning through experience, multisensory, or hands-on learning has evolved over time? 

Question options:

  

   

a) 

Hands-on learning was popular     once, but is now known to be ineffective in meeting current learning     standards.

 

   

b) 

Hands-on learning began in Head     Start, which was developed in the mid-1960s. 

 

   

c) 

Hands-on learning has been     developing since the 17th century and has been implemented in a variety of     ways thereafter.

 

   

d) 

Hands-on learning was first     proposed as part of the traditional nursery school, which evolved slowly     after World War I.

 

Question 7

5 / 5 points

       

Who wrote that multisensory learning was more relevant than verbal learning alone?

Question options:

  

   

a) 

Rousseau

 

   

b) 

Locke

 

   

c) 

Comenius

 

   

d) 

Froebel

 

Question 8

5 / 5 points

       

Which of the following is NOT a research finding associated with developmentally appropriate practice?

Question options:

  

   

a) 

Children’s creativity is enhanced.

 

   

b) 

Children’s problem-solving     skills improve.

 

   

c) 

Children demonstrate increased     attachment to parents and grandparents.

 

   

d) 

Children’s reading skills     improve.

 

Question 9

5 / 5 points

       

Why do teachers offer a variety of small group activities for children every day?
 

1. The children will be at different developmental levels.
2. The children will be coming from different cultural backgrounds.
3. Different children will be interested in different subjects.
4. The children will use the activities to learn more than one skill at a time. 

Question options:

  

   

a) 

1, 2, 3, and 4

 

   

b) 

1 and 2

 

   

c) 

3

 

   

d) 

1, 2, and 3

 

Question 10

5 / 5 points

       

Choose the most appropriate description of developmentally appropriate practice

Question options:

  

   

a) 

DAP focuses mostly on social and     language skills, less on cognition.

 

   

b) 

DAP tends to ignore academics     unless children ask about things like colors and numerals.

 

   

c) 

Children are active decision     makers in the learning process.

 

   

d) 

All children are expected to     learn the same things at the same time.

 

Question 11

5 / 5 points

       

When should a teacher feel most confident that she is engaging in developmentally appropriate practices?

Question options:

  

   

a) 

When her program has purchased a     curriculum that has been advertised as developmentally appropriate.

 

   

b) 

When his Head Start leadership     has chosen a curriculum from a list that is described as developmentally     appropriate.

 

   

c) 

When she makes daily judgments     about how individual activities meet the specific needs and interests of     children in the group.

 

   

d) 

When he provides ample time for     play indoors and outside.

 

Question 12

5 / 5 points

       

Jack and Jerome are both five years old. Jack’s language development is more advanced than Jerome’s. Jerome is more physically coordinated and stronger than Jack. These children illustrate which developmental principle? 

Question options:

  

   

a) 

Normative sequence

 

   

b) 

Holistic development

 

   

c) 

Variation of rates

 

   

d) 

Cumulative and delayed effects

 

Question 13

5 / 5 points

       

Which of the following is NOT a general practice associated with DAP?

Question options:

  

   

a) 

Primary teachers follow the     schedule and lessons assigned by the central administration with little or     no deviation.

 

   

b) 

Primary teachers develop warm     caring relationships with children.

 

   

c) 

Children have numerous     opportunities to learn by doing through hands-on activities.

 

   

d) 

Programs address the needs of     all children including children with a special need or those whose     home language is not English.

 

Question 14

5 / 5 points

       

A person’s learning profile refers to the: 

Question options:

  

   

a) 

way a person forms letters and     numerals.

 

   

b) 

speed with which a person learns     to read and write.

 

   

c) 

amount of creativity a person     brings to routine learning tasks.

 

   

d) 

way a person processes     information and experiences.

 

Question 15

5 / 5 points

       

Under what circumstances should teachers consciously consider culturally appropriateness of activities?

Question options:

  

   

a) 

In a group of children composed     of children from different races

 

   

b) 

In a group of children composed     of children from different economic circumstances

 

   

c) 

In any group of children,     regardless of group composition

 

   

d) 

In a group of children where     some children have special needs

 

Question 16

0 / 5 points

       

What intelligence fits this description? “Gary learns best by doing experiments and exploring patterns/relationships.” 

Question options:

  

   

a) 

Musical learner

 

   

b) 

Interpersonal learner

 

   

c) 

Logical-mathematical learner

 

   

d) 

Intrapersonal learner

 

Question 17

5 / 5 points

       

The teacher says, “Corey, I’m so glad to see you. Here’s a place for you next to Austin.” This is an example of which teaching strategy?

Question options:

  

   

a) 

Scaffolding

 

   

b) 

Guided Practice

 

   

c) 

Invitation

 

   

d) 

Behavior reflection

 

Question 18

5 / 5 points

       

Chang is having trouble sitting through the story that the teacher is reading at circle time. The teacher knows the following things about Chang:
 

1. Chang is 2 years old.
2. This is Chang’s first day in the program.
3. Chang and his family are newly arrived from Korea.
 

If the teacher wants to respond using developmentally appropriate practices, which of these pieces of information should she keep in mind about Chang? 

Question options:

  

   

a) 

1 & 2

 

   

b) 

1 & 3

 

   

c) 

2 & 3

 

   

d) 

1, 2 and 3

 

Question 19

5 / 5 points

       

What intelligence fits this description? “Grace is reflective and sensitive to her inner moods.” 

Question options:

  

   

a) 

Musical learner

 

   

b) 

Intrapersonal learner

 

   

c) 

Logical-mathematical learner

 

   

d) 

Interpersonal learner

 

Question 20

5 / 5 points

       

Which of the following children is demonstrating active learning?
 

1. Tom is talking to himself as he tries to solve a problem.
2. LaTesha is counting each jump as she jumps rope.
3. Raymond is wandering around the room, looking for something to do. 

Question options:

  

   

a) 

Tom, LaTesha, and Raymond

 

   

b) 

Tom only

 

   

c) 

Tom and LaTesha, but not Raymond

 

   

d) 

LaTesha and Raymond only

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